The Italian Heritage Sites by UNESCO in the shots of Luke Campbell
“The landscape described” is the largest photographic exhibition ever made dedicated to quaratanquattro Italian sites included in the List of World Heritage Sites. Under development at Tivoli, Villa d’Este, from March 13 to April 18, 2010
Saturday, March 13 in the prestigious halls of the Villa d’Este in Tivoli will open “The landscape of \ wrote. Italian UNESCO World Heritage Sites “, the largest photographic exhibition ever made dedicated to the 44 Italian sites included in the List of World Heritage Sites.
The photographer Luca Capuano, among the thousands of images taken in nine months traveling in Italy, has selected more than 450 that will form the nucleus of an exposure resulting from the need to produce an accurate record of the places on the state of the art Rentals in Italy and will offer the public an overall view of the extraordinary landscape that we have a responsibility to preserve.
The exhibition will speak a language peculiar and unique illustrations, impregnated at the same time and documentary representation of this attitude: it is the gaze of one single author, architectural photographer but also author and investigator of the strong, rigorous in outlook and research on space, to become the interpreter of this particular investigation halfway between philology and contemporary art.